Population of Indians in Britain is to be doubled by 2051

In a study recently conducted by the academicians of the University of Leeds, it was found that the Indian population in Britain may double from its current number by 2051.

Britain's current population of 61,398,000 is estimated to rise to 78 million by 2051, where the current Indian population of 1.4 million is estimated to almost double up to 2.67 million. This will approximately constitute one-fifth of the country's entire population.

8 Indian companies on Fortune 500 list

The list of 500 largest companies of the world has been published by Fortune magazine and eight Indian companies feature on this list.

The Indian companies which feature in the list are Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries, Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Bharat Petroleum, Hindustan Petroleum and Oil & Natural Gas, and the public sector bank SBI.

These Indian companies are in league with big companies the likes of U. S. retailer Wal-Mart Stores, oil giant Royal Dutch Shell etc.


RSS Functionaries Shielded Ajmer Blasts Accused?

Times Now reported on Saturday that RSS leaders have come under the CBI scanner for purportedly covering the 2007 Ajmer blasts accused.

CBI said that the senior RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) functionaries from Uttar Pradesh, Ashok Varshney and Ashok Berry provided shelter to the accused Devender Gupta. They also organized his stay in Lucknow and Sitapur in the state.

Devender told to CBI in the presence of Varshney and Berry that they had helped him.

Umar Daan, their lawyer, nonetheless held that his clients were being "politically targeted".


Hospitals in Mumbai Slashed for Making Fraudulent Insurance Claims

Since many cases have been sighted, wherein fake health insurance claims were made by the hospitals in collusion with patients and third-party administrators (TPAs), it’ll now be very difficult for all the holders of public sector health insurance policy, to use the benefits they earlier had.


Consumption of Bitter Gourd Juice Expires a CSIR Scientist

A diabetic patient breathed his last today, after consuming strong bottle gourd juice that he and his wife had been taking from last four years now. Sushil Saxena was a scientist at CSIR. After watching Baba Ramdev’s program on TV, the couple had begun to drink bottle gourd and bitter gourd juice, and they both were suffering from diabetes.

The CSIR Deputy Secretary died after drinking bottle gourd, juice which had gone very much bitter. He then vomited blood in CGHS dispensary, where he was rushed to, and later on, he was taken to Rockland Hospital.



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